When you create an account on Facebook you’ll sure need to add friends, we know this is the main functionality of each social network. When you add them (by sending them a friend request) they always have three options: they can accept the request and confirm the virtual friendship , they can ignore the request too, and leave it unresolved (see laws as all requests sent by the way); or may refuse the request, as well.
If they refuse the request they may also report in Facebook to know or not the person who sent the request. If they do not know the person Facebook report a yellow card to the users, more yellow cards can lead to a blockage of friend requests. What does this mean? Facebook has a complex anti-spam system and to prevent friend requests from fake accounts blocks the possibility of sending new requests usually for 30 days.
Is it possible to bypass this block and return to add friends? Yes, with this incredible trick!
How to send friend requests even if you got blocked
To be able to send friend requests even if you’ve been stuck just use the tool to add contacts from Facebook. The function is accessible from this page and allows you to add friends by importing them from a list of contacts present on your email account, or sections of software such as Skype, Windows Live Messenger or other services such as iCloud.
All you need then is the email address of the person you want to add, you can enter that address in the address book of one of these services, and then use the import contacts to add friendship in an automatic way. That’s it.
A tiny little trick but very useful to those who are blocked and not able to add new people just because they’ve been unfairly blocked.